Nazi policy, Jewish workers, German killers
Call Number940.5318 B88n
Statement of ResponsibilityChristopher R. Browning.
Creators & ContributorsBrowning, Christopher R.
Summary"Nazi Policy, Jewish Workers, German Killers focuses on controversial issues in current Holocaust scholarship. How did Nazi Jewish policy evolve during the first years of the war? When did the Nazi regime cross the historic watershed form population expulsion and decimation ("ethnic cleansing") to total and systemic extermination? How did Nazi authorities attempt to reconcile policies of expulsion and extermination with the wartime urge to exploit Jewish labor? How were Jewish workers impacted? What role did local authorities play in shaping Nazi policy? What more can we learn about the mind-set and behavior of the local perpetrators?" —Back cover
- From "Ethnic Cleansing" to Genocide to the "Final Solution": The Evolution of Nazi Jewish Policy, 1939–1941
- Nazi Policy: Decisions for the Final Solution
- Jewish Workers in Poland: Self-Maintenance, Exploitation, Destruction
- Jewish Workers and Survivor Memories: The Case of the Starachowice Labor Camp
- German Killers: Orders from Above, Initiative from Below, and the Scope of Local Autonomy, the Case of Brest-Litovsk
- German Killers: Behavior and Motivation in the Light of New Evidence
Physical Description xi, 185 pages ; 25 cm
PublisherCambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index